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Everything Hip-hop/Fashion
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tinycartridge:

Mighty Final Fight on Japanese 3DS VC ⊟

Chibi news now, as Capcom’s NES adaptation of Final Fight will be released on 3DS Virtual Console in Japan today. This game actually came out on NES in North America, so there is a localized version to bring over should Capcom decide to do so.

It’s not all good news out of Japan, however: King’s Knight is next week.

…okay, I like King’s Knight. I’m not ashamed.

BUY Nintendo 2DS & 3DS/XL, upcoming games

(Source: nintendo.co.jp)

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harteus:

aaah… well. i’m not exactly good at explaining things. just look at my million examples instead. )——:

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retrofitcomics:

News
We have reached our first subscriber goal of 50 subscribers! So all print subscribers will be getting the Niv Bavarsky Retrofit Sticker.
If we reach our new subscriber goal of 100 subscribers we will produce another sticker.  This one designed by 2014 Retrofit Artist Jack Teagle.  We’ve got a pretty amazing surprise ready for our goal after that (150 subscribers), here’s a clue: it’s not a sticker.
From now on ALL SHIPMENTS will go out with a random card or two (depending on order size) from the LEGENDARY CARTOONISTS card set (above image).  If you’ve already got the whole set, you’re encouraged to give the doubles to a pal.  If you receive a double, you’re encouraged to trade! Collect all 15!  

retrofitcomics:

News

  • We have reached our first subscriber goal of 50 subscribers! So all print subscribers will be getting the Niv Bavarsky Retrofit Sticker.
  • If we reach our new subscriber goal of 100 subscribers we will produce another sticker.  This one designed by 2014 Retrofit Artist Jack Teagle.  We’ve got a pretty amazing surprise ready for our goal after that (150 subscribers), here’s a clue: it’s not a sticker.
  • From now on ALL SHIPMENTS will go out with a random card or two (depending on order size) from the LEGENDARY CARTOONISTS card set (above image).  If you’ve already got the whole set, you’re encouraged to give the doubles to a pal.  If you receive a double, you’re encouraged to trade! Collect all 15!  
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siphotos:

Cleveland Indians third baseman Al Rosen, a four-time All-Star and 1953 AL MVP, bears a striking resemblance to Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning. (Mark Rucker/Transcendental Graphics/Getty Images; AP)
GALLERY: Super Bowl XLVIII: Separated at Birth

siphotos:

Cleveland Indians third baseman Al Rosen, a four-time All-Star and 1953 AL MVP, bears a striking resemblance to Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning. (Mark Rucker/Transcendental Graphics/Getty Images; AP)

GALLERY: Super Bowl XLVIII: Separated at Birth

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thetickr:

Justin Bieber’s Instagram video of him dribbling against Mack Maine, remixed as a Jordan Nike commercial.

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jtotheizzoe:

Glasses That Can Reverse “Health-Blindness”
If you’re red-green colorblind, then chances are you see nothing, or close to nothing, within the left Ishihara test circle above (you can test yourself here).  The image on the right? That’s red-green colorblindness effectively cured with just an inexpensive special pair of glasses.
This type of colorblindness, more common in males than females, results from a deficiency in either the red or green color receptors in the retina, the genes for which are on the X chromosome (hence the higher occurrence in males). If you’re a medical professional, this can be a dangerous condition. This is something that Mark Changizi calls “health-blindness”.
Changizi theorizes that our color vision, particularly our ability to discern reds (something your dog can’t do well), evolved so we could detect health, vigor, and emotions in our fellow primates. Oxygenated hemoglobin happens to reflect red light in wavelengths that fall precisely where our red receptors are most sensitive.
A doctor’s eyes are his or her most powerful tools. Red-green deficient medical personnel are less able to detect conditions like jaundice and low blood oxygenation because they simply don’t have access to the part of the electromagnetic spectrum that they need.
Not any more, it seems. Changizi’s 2ai labs has developed a special lens, called Oxy-Iso, that shifts those wavelengths into the visible. This wasn’t something they set out to do, but colorblind people who tested some of their vision-enhancing technology reported that there was something unexpected going on. While wearing the glasses, which don’t have any active electronics, they report being able to see what was previously invisible to them: pink skin and red blood.
In case you missed that part, these glasses open up an invisible part of the spectrum to colorblind people, and that could save lives. That’s amazing! Science is mighty stuff, eh?
Read more about health-blindness and these special glasses here.

jtotheizzoe:

Glasses That Can Reverse “Health-Blindness”

If you’re red-green colorblind, then chances are you see nothing, or close to nothing, within the left Ishihara test circle above (you can test yourself here).  The image on the right? That’s red-green colorblindness effectively cured with just an inexpensive special pair of glasses.

This type of colorblindness, more common in males than females, results from a deficiency in either the red or green color receptors in the retina, the genes for which are on the X chromosome (hence the higher occurrence in males). If you’re a medical professional, this can be a dangerous condition. This is something that Mark Changizi calls “health-blindness”.

Changizi theorizes that our color vision, particularly our ability to discern reds (something your dog can’t do well), evolved so we could detect health, vigor, and emotions in our fellow primates. Oxygenated hemoglobin happens to reflect red light in wavelengths that fall precisely where our red receptors are most sensitive.

A doctor’s eyes are his or her most powerful tools. Red-green deficient medical personnel are less able to detect conditions like jaundice and low blood oxygenation because they simply don’t have access to the part of the electromagnetic spectrum that they need.

Not any more, it seems. Changizi’s 2ai labs has developed a special lens, called Oxy-Iso, that shifts those wavelengths into the visible. This wasn’t something they set out to do, but colorblind people who tested some of their vision-enhancing technology reported that there was something unexpected going on. While wearing the glasses, which don’t have any active electronics, they report being able to see what was previously invisible to them: pink skin and red blood.

In case you missed that part, these glasses open up an invisible part of the spectrum to colorblind people, and that could save lives. That’s amazing! Science is mighty stuff, eh?

Read more about health-blindness and these special glasses here.

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lowinterest:

Wrestlemania (NES).  More here.

lowinterest:

Wrestlemania (NES).  More here.

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